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Page 340 - ... Ladies' Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post and was the recipient of a great sum of yearly advertising dollars, created its vaunted "Advertising Code," which was soon to be copied by many other major publishing concerns in the United States. In its Code, Curtis publicly stated that it would "exclude all advertising that in any way tends to deceive, defraud, or injure our readers...
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Page 257 - Washington, on the other hand, was so rigidly punctual, that when Hamilton, his secretary, pleaded a slow watch as an excuse for being five minutes tardy, he replied : " Then, sir, either you must get a new watch, or I must get a new secretary.
Page 342 - Advertisers must not use the name of The Ladies' Home Journal, The Saturday Evening Post, The Country Gentleman...